Woodstock man takes theft plea
WOODSTOCK – A third person has accepted a plea deal in the theft of about one-eighth an ounce of marijuana that was at the center of a Woodstock man’s death.
William B. Howell, 23, of Woodstock, pleaded guilty to theft under $500, a Class A misdemeanor, and was sentenced to one year of conditional discharge. The plea was accepted Wednesday by McHenry County Judge Gordon Graham.
Howell also was sentenced to 120 days in jail and given credit for 10 days served. The remainder of the jail time was stayed, meaning he will not have to serve it if he successfully completes the terms of his conditional discharge.
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